National Trust caravan sites

Views out to sea and over loughs, across open parkland or nestled in woodland on an ancient estate; there's one constant when it comes to caravanning with the National Trust, a special setting.
Sit out under dark skies, explore miles of marked trails, potter down to the beach or treat yourself to a cream tea in the cafe - you just have to decide which site suits you.

View of Castle Ward campsite, Northern Ireland

Castle Ward, County Down  

Our caravan pitches are set in woodland on the Castle Ward Estate alongside Strangford Lough in County Down. As well as exploring the 400-year-old estate guests can kayak and hike. A local adventure supplier also offers archery, climbing and water sports.

Dolaucothi Caravan site, Carmarthenshire

Dolaucothi Gold Mine, Carmarthenshire 

​Set in the attractive woodland of the Dolaucothi Estate in South Wales, this twin-level site is right next to the River Cothi. Caravanners will enjoy getting back to nature with the magical wildflowers and birds, including the rare red kite.

Tents at Highertown Farm campsite, Cornwall

Highertown Farm, Cornwall 

Small caravans are welcomed on this informal site located in the village of Lansallos on the coast in South east cornwall.

Park up at Waterclose Meadows campsite, Houghton Mill

Houghton Mill, Cambridgeshire 

Pitch your caravan in a tranquil spot in the meadows alongside the river in the Ouse valley in the grounds of Houghton Mill. Within strolling distance of the twin villages of Houghton and Wyton with their pubs and a village shop.

Spacious camping at Teneriffe Farm campsite

Teneriffe Farm, Lizard Point, Cornwall 

Fancy trying your hand at surfing, coasteering or setting off for coastal walks then Teneriffe Farm on is the ideal place to pich your motorhome or caravan. The site is located on the edge of the Lizard National Nature Reserve.

A campervan at Wasdale, in the Lake District

Wasdale, Lake District 

Surrounded by mountains and with gorgeous lakeside views, Wasdale Campsite is in a very impressive location. Ideal for walkers, the site is situated in between Wastwater and Wasdale Head and is perfectly placed for tackling some of the Lake District’s highest fells, including Scafell Pike, England’s tallest mountain. There's also some great cycling if you like a challenge.

Hoathwaite Campsite

Hoathwaite, Lake District 

With a hint of a 'wild camping' about it, Hoathwaite offers more of a back to basics experience than our other Lake District campsites, but its stunning location close to the shore of Coniston Water makes it a wonderful place to stay.

Waterfront pitches at Low Wray

Low Wray, Lake District 

With direct access to Windermere lakeshore and its proximity to an enticing choice of walks and activities in the central Lake District, Low Wray is a great spot to choose for your Lakes break.

Langdale Pikes

Great Langdale, Lake District 

Great Langdale Campsite nestles below the towering Langdale Pikes, in one of the best walking and climbing areas in the Lake District. There's lots to see and do in the valley, and there's even a National Trust pub, the Sticklebarn, just down the road.

A caravan at St Gabriel's Campsite, nr Bridport, Dorset

St Gabriel's Campsite, Golden Cap 

St Gabriel's Campsite is a simple site in a spectacular setting on the Golden Cap Estate. The two camping fields are a haven for wildlife and have views of the majestic Golden Cap and the sea.

A group camping at Gupton Farm

Top places to camp with us 

When it comes to camping, there can be few sites to rival the special places we look after. From beautiful beaches to breathtaking mountain ranges, our campsites are set in locations that are ideal for exploring the surrounding countryside.

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